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PM Bulletin June 29 2020


Suburban lockdowns mooted as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise in Victoria, The Prime Minister scoffs at Chinese spying claims against his government, New Queensland coronavirus rules force a major re-schuffle of the AFL fixture.


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Midday bulletin June 29


Victorians under the age of 40 urged to heed physical distancing rules, A Chinese Communist Party-run newspaper accuses Australia's government of sending spies to China, Taiwan hosts one of the world's few gay pride marches, as most countries cancel events because of COVID-19.


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AM bulletin 29 June 2020


The world registers more than 10 million coronavirus cases, the federal government faces calls to permanently increase JobSeeker payments, and Geelong narrowly defeats Melbourne in the AFL.


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The federal government denies it's considering a permanent increase to JobSeeker payments


The Morrison government is facing calls to make the rumoured welfare boost a reality.


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Some LGBTIQ+ Australians are having to pick between culture and identity.


A study finds some LGBTIQ+ Australians leave their families to be with like-minded people in the city. 


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PM bulletin 28 June 2020


The federal government denies reports it plans to permanently increase the unemployment benefit; coronavirus testing now mandatory for all returned travellers in hotel quarantine in Victoria; and in the N-R-L, Sydney Roosters' player Jake Friend is ready to return to playing a full 80 minutes. 


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AM bulletin 28 June 2020


A Melbourne emergency department nurse tests positive to COVID-19, Ireland elects a new leader, and St Kilda claims a 26-point win against reigning AFL premiers Richmond.


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PM Bulletin June 27 2020


Victoria's coronavirus spike causing border opening anxiety elsewhere in Australia; Victoria registers 41 new cases of COVID-19; and, in the NRL, Manly thinks it can get by without Tom Trbojevic against Cronulla


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AM bulletin 27 June 2020


Victoria's coronavirus testing blitz enters its third day, six people seriously injured in a stabbing attack in Scotland, and GWS defeats Collingwood by two points.


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AM bulletin 26 June 2020


Australia and New Zealand to co-host the 2023 women's football World Cup; the Prime Minister urges states to stick to easing restrictions despite coronavirus outbreaks; and the number of Australians seeking help for their use of drugs such as ice or speed has increased nearly sixfold over the last decade.


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